secondary englannista suomeksi
Next in order to the first or primary; of second place in origin, rank, etc.
Originating from a deputy or delegated person or body
Derived from a parent compound by replacement of two atoms of hydrogen by organic radicals
Developed by pressure or other causes.
Pertaining to the second joint of the wing of a bird.
''Bright's disease is often secondary to scarlet fever.''
''the secondary symptoms of syphilis''
Of less than primary importance.
Related to education, i.e. schooling between the ages of (approximately) 11 and 18.
''Yellow is a secondary light color, though a primary CMYK color.''
Representing a reversion to an ancestral state.
A radar return generated by the response of an aircraft's transponder to an interrogation signal broadcast by a radar installation, containing additional encoded identification and situational data not available from a simple primary return.
The second stage of a multistage weapon, which generates a fusion explosion when imploded as an indirect result of the fission explosion of the primary; in a few extremely large weapons, the secondary may itself implode a fusion tertiary.
An act of issuing more stock by an already publicly traded corporation.
An inductive coil or loop that is magnetically powered by a primary in a transformer or similar.
''the secondary, or undersheriff, of the city of London''
(RQ:Shakespeare Measure) is thy secondary.
''There are four secondaries in this district, each with several thousand pupils.''
Anything secondary or of lesser importance.